Taylor Bonow Biel
Taylor Bonow Biel ’93, Fairbury, is coach of the Fairbury Softball Team. The team won the recent state championship for Class C in Hastings. In addition to serving as coach, Biel is a 9-12 guidance counselor in Fairbury.
Holly Bedient Parsley
Holly Bedient Parsley ’93, Hickman, was awarded the Distinguished Judge Improvement of the Judicial System, given in recognition of contributions to the improvement of the judicial system, service as a trial judge or promotion of judicial efficiency. Parsley was recognized for her leadership serving on the Nebraska Supreme Court Commission on Guardianship and Conservatorship, the Guardian and Conservatorship Forms and Rules Committee and the Bench-Media Committee. Parsley serves as a Lancaster County Judge.
Scott E. Prichard
Scott E. Prichard ’93, Eaton, Colo. is a senior analytical chemist with Corden Pharma.
Douglas J. Jensen
Douglas J. Jensen ’94, Nashville, Tenn., is a senior vice president, chief claims officer at Acceptance Insurance.
Sean P. McArdle
Sean P. McArdle ’94, Saint Paul, Minn., is a Senior Fabricator at Street Factory Media.
Deborah Wissink Zuelow
Deborah Wissink Zuelow ’95L, ’15E, Kearney, was hired as director of the new LaVonne Kopecky Plambeck Early Childhood Education Center at the University of Nebraska-Kearney.
Karen Fink Goos
Karen Fink Goos ’99, Manhattan, Kan., has been appointed to serve as the first chief enrollment officer for Kansas State University. Goos will lead the implementation of the university’s comprehensive, multiyear strategic enrollment plan.
Adam N. Ward
Adam N. Ward ’00, Crete, is a business system analyst with the Nebraska Department of Environment & Energy.
Erin Cimpl-Nahorny '01C, Columbus. After her 4 year old son was diagnosed with Stage 4 High-Risk Neuroblastoma cancer in 2012, she and her spouse, Chris, started up Sammy's Superheroes Foundation in response to the needed research and funding for childhood cancers compared to all other forms. The Foundation works to raise funds, as well as research and awareness, for all kinds of childhood cancer. Now, she’s helping not only her own son, but thousands of children battling cancer.